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anonymous

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help please!

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    @Awolflover1 @paki @Kainui

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    @Awolflover1

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    well, if you want 1/4 of the dimensions you would divide each by 4. Width: 32/4 Length: 28/4 I can tell you it won't be the last 2 answer choices because the length is increasing, and if its 1/4 the size it should be getting smaller.

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    So, using this, what do you think the answer is?

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    a?

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    Yep! You are exactly right! Great job :)

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    If you have anymore questions, let me know :)

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